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1 Building a Magnet Level Nursing Department: The Mount Sinai Medical Center Experience Connecting the Bedside to the Boardroom Carol Porter, DNP, RN, FAAN Edgar M. Cullman, Sr., Chair of the Department of Nursing Chief Nursing Officer/SVP The Mount Sinai Medical Center Associate Dean of Nursing Research & Education Mount Sinai School of Medicine Hospital Authority Convention 2013 Hong Kong, May 16 th, 2013

2 Mount Sinai Medical Center Main Campus New York City

3 The Mount Sinai Medical Center Research Poster Presentation Outdoor Courtyard

4 The Mount Sinai Medical Center New York Mount Sinai Hospital-NYC: Campus = 4.7 million square feet Licensed Inpatient Beds: 1,171 Operating Rooms: 48 Over 10,000 employees 2012 Statistics- Main campus Surgical Procedures: 33,294 Cath Lab Volume: 21,821 Ambulatory Care Visits: 645,878 Deliveries: 6,773 ED Volume: 102,267 Discharges: 59,306 Occupancy Rate: 86% Mount Sinai Hospital has many community based centers for patient care and services: MD practices, ambulatory clinics and offices and nurse led clinics Mount Sinai Hospital has many Community Based centers for Patient Care and Services: MD Practices, Ambulatory Clinics and offices and Nurse led Clinics

5 The Mount Sinai Medical Center is ranked 14 th out of 5,000 U.S. hospitals in the "Best Hospitals" issue of U.S. News & World Report. The Mount Sinai Hospital s National Ranking Specialty National Ranking Geriatrics 2 Digestive Disorders 7 Heart & Heart Surgery 10 Rehabilitation 12 Diabetes/Endocrinology 14 Ear, Nose & Throat 11 Psychiatry 18 Neurology & Neurosurgery 15 Kidney Disorders 25 Gynecology 25 Urology 29 Cancer 42 MSMC Ranks 17 h in National Institutes of Health (NIH) research funding Mount Sinai s Kravis Children's Hospital highly ranked in six specialties by U.S. News & World Report Davies Enterprise Award for Excellence in EMR Implementation The Mount Sinai Medical Center has been named one of New York's safest hospitals by The Niagara Health Quality Coalition 2011 MSSM consistently ranks among the top 20 medical schools both in National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding and by U.S. News & World Report

6 Mount Sinai Hospital staff represent over 200 countries worldwide MSH staff in their Sinai Strong T-shirts following Hurricane Sandy hitting NYC 2012

7 Mount Sinai Hospital RN Statistics Nurse Ethnicity & Gender Nurses by Ethnicity (All) MSH- Department of Nursing Nurses by Gender (All) Latino, 8% African American, 24% Female, 88% Asian, 35% All Nurses Caucasian, 30% Ethnicity n Caucasian 722 African American 573 Latino 196 Male, 12% No data, 1.69% American Indian, 0.12% Mixed, 0.53% Pacific, 0.24% Asian 868 American Indian 3 Mixed 13 Pacific 6 No data 41 Total 2422 All Nurses Female Male Total n = Mount Sinai Hospital: Bedside RN Turnover = 4.2% New York City: Bedside RN Turnover = 9.0%

8 Foundation: A Positive Work Environment & Engaged Staff - A Sustained Labor-Management Partnership We, representatives of the Mount Sinai Medical Center, Local 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, and the New York State Nurses Association Local Bargaining Unit at the Mount Sinai Hospital, declare our commitment to partnership in pursuit of mutually defined objectives. We recognize that we are just beginning our journey. Although we may not always agree, we will respect our differences, seek common ground, and strive for success. As leaders, we will inspire and engage our constituents in this journey to excellence. To help us create momentum, develop union and management leadership, change behaviors, and transform the organizational culture at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. Excerpted from The Mount Sinai Hospital Labor management Partnership Agreement Signed 2006

9 Nursing Labor Management Partnership Model Perceived need/goal that can not be achieved without assistance from both labor & management working together. Assess risks & benefits of reaching out for assistance Decision to assume risk: Relationship based on positive expectations Mutual Performance Expectations Met Labor Management Partnership Consider attributes of individual or group Transparency Team work Sharing information Comfort Honesty Reliability Integrity Faith Confidence Experience Reputation Expertise Fairness Courage Open communication Respect Fairness Follow-up Input into decision making Collegial relationships Mutual Respect Positive outcomes for patients, staff, and the organization Carol Porter, DNP, RN. (2010) A nursing labor management partnership model. Journal of Nursing Administration 40(6):

10 1980 s Research Study Leads to Defining a Workplace Environment Supporting Nursing Practice Characteristics of Hospitals that attracted the RN workforce: Organizational structure that supported nursing leadership and frontline registered nurses (RNs) Frontline RNs had autonomy and clinical authority in participating in directing patient care Ability to attract, hire and retain professional nurses Researchers referred to the attraction of RNs as a Magnet effect 2011 American Nurses Credentialing Center. All Rights Reserved.

11 Magnet Recognition Program Overview Magnet Culture of Excellence Great Leaders Great Structures Great Nurses Great Knowledge & Innovation Great Outcomes American Nurses Credentialing Center. All Rights Reserved.

12 Magnet Recognition Program Overview The Magnet Model 2011 American Nurses Credentialing Center. All Rights Reserved.

13 The Magnet Model Focus on Outcomes Structure: characteristics of the organization including leadership, availability of resources, and professional practice models. Process: actions involving the delivery of nursing and healthcare services to patients, including practices that are safe and ethical, autonomous, and evidence based, with efforts focused on quality improvement. Outcomes: quantitative and qualitative evidence related to the impact of structure and process on the patient, nursing workforce, organization, and consumer. Dynamic and measurable may be reported at unit, department, population or organizational level American Nurses Credentialing Center. All Rights Reserved.

14 Magnet Designation: The Importance to Mount Sinai Commitment to Excellence in Nursing Practice & Patient Care Magnet Component Standards provide strong foundation Environment of ongoing learning and professional achievement Commitment to teamwork and inclusion of clinical nurses in decision making Positive Practice Environment Focus on new knowledge, innovation and research Recruitment- Nurses drawn to Magnet Hospitals Gold standard for Nursing only 8% of US hospitals have achieved Magnet designation Recognition by US News & World Report

15 Magnet Program Today Magnet Facilities Worldwide

16 What Does This Really Mean? Bedside Bench Boardroom Bedside Continuous evaluation of the patient and family hospital experience and patient outcomes connecting science to practice and practice to science : Review of comments, patient care, data, outcomes, evidence, and innovation within a positive practice environment

17 Clinical Leadership Connecting the dots Bedside to Boardroom How do you successfully navigate through the healthcare environment? Engagement of Frontline Staff and Managers at all levels Excellent interpersonal skills and a presence that encourages feedback from staff at all levels Be visible and approachable. Round with a purpose (quality, team building, safety) Clinical Safety Rounds, PSI- Pain Situation Intervention, Unit rounds Rounding with Staff, Nursing/Physician leadership, President/CEO, Board members, International Nursing leaders Build a reputation for doing the right thing based on solid practice. Always close the loop. Be credible at all levels. Go the extra mile.

18 Clinical Leadership Connecting the dots Bedside to Boardroom How do you successfully navigate through the healthcare environment? Be honest and transparent even if the message is difficult to deliver. Build solid professional relationships along the way. Know your data regarding all aspects of performance- patient care and satisfaction, quality outcomes and process, financial performance and responsibility. Take time to recognize staff for excellent performance, innovation, professional practice and achievements, and excellent patient care and improved outcomes.

19 Nursing Research The Department of Nursing established the Center for Nursing Research and Education (CNRE) in collaboration with the Mount Sinai School of Medicine with a new focus in 2009 : Research, Education, Global Health & Advanced Practice. One of the only nursing centers in the country to be established within a medical school, CNRE formalizes an already strong relationship between Mount Sinai nurses and physicians. The Center will facilitate multidisciplinary translational research programs that emphasize patient care and strengthen the profession of nursing through education, innovation and the application of research into everyday nursing practice.

20 First Endowed Faculty Chair of Nursing in the 160 year history of the Mount Sinai Medical Center The Edgar M. Cullman, Sr., - Chair of the Department of Nursing Carol Porter, DNP, RN, FAAN CNO/SVP Kenneth L. Davis, MD CEO/President

21 2012 Sylvia Fung, Frances Wong, & Carol Porter American Academy of Nursing Fellow are inducted as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing joining colleagues from around the world Academy of Nursing Induction Dinner; Pictured Left to Right; Seated: Frances Wong, PhD, BSN, RN; Sylvia Fung, DHS, MSc, RN; Carol Porter, DNP, RN, FAAN Standing; Angela Barron McBride, PhD, RN, FAAN; Sophia Chan, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN Barbara Nichols, DHL, MSN, RN, FAAN, ; Joyce Fitzpatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN Agnes Tiwari, PhD, RN, FAAN; Beth Oliver, DNP, RN; Maria Vezina, EdD, RN, NEA-BC; Karen Martin, MSN, RN, FAAN

22 Rounding: A Leadership Tool to Lead Staff Engagement, Patient Outcomes and Drive Improvements Clinical Quality Patient Safety / Staff Safety Patient Experience with their Care Visibility and Accessibility to Staff Environment

23 Purposeful Rounding Define who you are rounding on Staff, patient Define focus of rounds Quality (pain management, pressure ulcers) Safety (medication management, falls) Service Excellence Define purpose Observation and intervention Reward and Recognition Establish connections with patients, staff, colleagues

24 Rounding with Senior Executives and Board Members Rounding with different levels of leadership on staff and quality process/outcomes Rounds with Chief Executive Officer, President, Faculty Chairs, Medical Leadership, Nursing Leadership, Board of Trustee Members, Union Leadership, Staff Examples of focused rounds: Pain Management, Patient Throughput, Handwashing, Spinal Surgery Program, Orthopedic Program, Obstetrical & Post-Partum Care

25 Rounding: Chief Nursing Officer & Chief Executive Officer/President Started in times/year devoting one hour per rounding session Focused on quality patient care, patient satisfaction and patient safety Focused on new technology to support practice & safety Discussions around challenges in achieving patient satisfaction goals Recognition of staff for achievements in patient care outcomes and safety

26 Pain Management Rounds Senior Leadership Rounds on staff Nurses and Doctors involved on units that excel in pain management and units that were having difficulty reaching pain management goals. Share best practices and implement interventions. Monthly Pain Buster Rounds by Pain Management Committee members to all patient units that meet pain goals to reward and recognize entire unit staff. Pain Buster Rounds have been done monthly since 2008 and to date have done over 600+ rounds on units/staff for obtaining pain goals. MSH met national targets for overall pain management

27 Mount Sinai Hospital Mount Sinai Queens Pain Buster Rounds

28 Hurricane Sandy hits New York, October 2012 Emergency Management Planning

29 Hurricane Sandy Aftermath, New York and New Jersey

30 Emergency Management Planning Command Center

31 Institute of Medicine The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health report released Oct 5, 2010 Chair Donna Shalala, PhD Co-Chair Linda Burnes Bolton, DrPH, RN, FAAN

32 IOM Report on the Future of Nursing Nurses should practice to the full extent of their education and training. Nurses should achieve higher levels of education and training through an improved education system that promotes seamless academic progression. Nurses should be full partners with physicians and other health care professionals in redesigning health care in the United States. Effective workforce planning and policy making require better data collection and information infrastructure.

33 MSH Global Nursing Leadership Academy Hong Kong Hospital Authority Nursing Leaders collaborate with Mount Sinai Nursing Leaders April 7-8, 2011

34 Panel Discussion at Hong Kong University on the IOM Report - May 2011

35 Nurses Leading Change Driving Outcomes Positive work environment supporting nursing practice and excellent patient care Excellent Patient Satisfaction - patients and families Quality outcomes: clinical & organizational performance National and global nursing partnerships IOM report and work Global nursing leadership collaboration Collaboration on research, education and global healthcare Promote opportunities for professional growth for all nurses Let s learn from each other s experience and perspective

36 Clinical Quality Excellence, Positive Patient Experiences and a Satisfied Workforce = Success! Collaboration Culture of Staff and Patient Safety Team work at all levels Consider all perspectives Continuous analysis of outcomes Education loop back to frontline staff

37 Thank you

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